The have purchased Clarins for Men products, they have a great product line for men and women for the skin. A very good product but very expensive. The SnoozeU-lose Diet is far less expensive and even easier than applying these facial creams. This diet slows the aging process while we get our beauty sleep. This wellness for the skin is the body repairing and restoring itself during Slow Wave Sleep by burning our fat stores. Two tablespoons of honey vs. the Clarins price tag. The honey wins by a mudslide.
What is apitherapy you might ask? It’s all those honey bee products for optimum health and wellness. It’s honey, bee pollen, propolis, royal jelly, bee venom, bee drone larvae and bee bread. How do all these products that come from flying stinging insects help human beings by providing us with anecdotal evidence? They are often effective in the following categories of conditions. NEUROLOGIC: chronic pain, MS, carpal tunnel syndrome, and shingles pain. RHEUMATOLOGIC: all forms of arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, tennis elbow, rheumatoid arthritis, rotator cuff strain. DERMATOLOGIC: eczema, psoriasis, skin ulcers, wounds and warts. IMMUNOLOGIC: bacterial, fungal and viral infections. CARDIAC and CIRCULATORY: hypertension, arrhythmia, atherosclerosis and varicose veins. BRONCHO-PULMONARY DISEASE: emphysema, asthma and bronchitis. PSYCHOLOGIC: depression and mood swings. ENDOCRINE: PMS, menopause and certain aspects of diabetes. SENSORY: hearing and vision loss. This list was complied by The American Apitherapy Society, Inc. Not on this list are weight loss, repair and restorative sleep, stress reliever, slows aging and erectile dysfunction. This wellness has been by Western Medicine made a pariah.
I can attest to a wellness for arthritis, bursitis, MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and of course, the weight loss by my use of apitherapy. If it were not for BVT (bee venom therapy) I would be cripple if I just had arthritis alone. I sting myself every week or two weeks apart for these first three I have mentioned. All are said by my Doctors, there is no cure and no medication. There is medication for other forms of MS but not mine, Primary Progressive MS. The medication alone for the other three forms of MS can cost a person upwards to $20,000.00 a year. Because my doctors have no answers and do not even know about apitherapy ( I have asked them), I sting myself for my wellness. Does it hurt to get stung, the answer is yes, it hurts intensely for about 30 to 45 seconds after the initial sting. A small price to pay for not having to grapple with pain, discomfort and a limited range of motion 24/7 from having these diseases. BVT is not for wimps, it’s for anyone who wants to be well. The result is wellness at a pecuniary cost next to nothing. I do not want to be a cripple so, I sting and sting and sting myself. I have an EpiPen just in case I have an adverse reaction to the stings. I am a beekeeper, I get my little stingers from my hive along with other products of wellness. I usually sting myself 20 to 40 times in a session but have done as many as 60 stings, like tonight. For the arthritis and bursitis I sting the trigger points in the areas that are problematic for me. The trigger points are the same as those used by Acupuncture. In the ares of the main trigger points are many other trigger points and can be found by applying pressure with my index finger onto my skin to find the points that I feel pain, I then sting that trigger point. For treatment of MS, I sting up my spine and over my ears on my head. My Primary Progressive MS had at one time effected my arms and hands by making them shake uncontrollably, leaving me to not being able to control the shaking. I do not shake any more do to my stinging myself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzYCg8iTPg8&feature=player_embedded so, why would I have to sting myself so often and so many times? I have a lot of problems to be taken care of that need attention. Sometimes one or two stings will solve the problem but, then again it will not.
Not all Western Medical Doctors are benighted about the subject of apitherapy. There are a few who know and use this wonderful therapy. Samuel Wickline, MD, who heads the Siteman Cancer Nanotechnology Center of Excellence at the University of Washington reports, the toxin of bee venom kills cancer cells. In laboratory tests using mice with cancer, nano-bees attacked the primary tumors toxin melittin, bee venom, while other tissues were protected from the destructive power of the bee venom. Mice tumors stopped growing or were reduced in size. Nano-Bees ‘fly’, landing on the surface of cells and deposit their cargo of melittin, which rapidly merges with the selected tumor cells, have shown that bee toxin is led to the cancer cells, where the act, makes holes in the internal structures of these cells. Melittin is a small protein or peptide, which is strongly attracted to cell membranes, where it can form pores that disrupt the cells and kill them. The researchers attached the main component of bee venom to a nano-spheres to which they call nano-bees. The melittin has been of great interest to researchers because in high enough concentrations, can destroy any cell that comes into contact with it. It is an effective antibacterial and antifungal, and potentially an anticancer agent, reports Paul Schlesinger, MD, Ph.D., associate professor of cell biology and physiology. The report on the effectiveness of the use of these nano-bees against cancer in mice were published on 10 August in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Well, I guess I got away from my diet. It’s so damn simple and easy to do. Eat right (healthy), exercise by using resistance to the muscles, eat 6 smaller meals a day and ingest two tablespoonful of raw and unfiltered honey an hour before bedtime to sleep peacefully. Do this and you too will slowly lose weight that is our fat stores. I have lost 21 pounds. I will continue to log my progress as I blog about wellness from apitherapy.